- Midori Traveler’s Notebook: It comes in handy for note taking, or doodling when the orientation became a bit unbearable.
- A simple file folder with loose paper: It is just a habit of mine to bring some reading assignment with me on a trip. Cannot guarantee that I will read the course materials, but I am ready for jogging down notes!
- Hobonichi planner: This is double as a journal. I usually write down memorable details of the day, as well as to-do list. It also contains my identification card and carries some postage stamps.
- Midori Puzzle Point Maker Adhesive notes: Yes, these are post-it in shapes of forest creatures. Great as place marker because of their size.
- Regular size Post-it notes: Great for a quick notes and stick it to any surface.
- Pencil roll: contains 2 Hi-Tec-C Coleto with mechanical pencil, two fountain pens (Sailor HighAce Neo and Lamy Al-Star; did not blow up on me on the plane!), one stick eraser, and one Pilot Petit brush pen. Do you think this is enough for 48 hours? Definitely enough to make a journal page colorful and to take somewhat neat notes. Good variety, too.
What do you like to take with you on a short trip?
PS. As you probably have noticed, I have been a bit quiet on my blog. It might be this way for awhile because school just started for me. I will try to post something little from time to time, but if I am silent, rest assure that I am still on the face of the planet, buried under assignments!